Going into Halloween weekend, there are plenty of festive themed events for those who want to get spooky. For those who prefer more treats than tricks, there’s a food tour, heart walk and more.

Friday 10/28

Flavor of Pittsburgh: Food Culture Tour


In case you didn’t remember, Bon Appetit named us the next Big Food City a few years ago and we are certainly living up to the hype! This food tour begins at Nicholas Coffee Company and takes you on a three-hour journey of all of Pittsburgh’s best eateries. Come hungry! Single ticket-$80, Two tickets for $150, http://www.pghtoursandmore.net/Food-Tours.html

Halloween Bash Sleepover

Night shot of the Science Center

Get your family and friends together to head down to the Carnegie Science Center for this sleepover in honor of Halloween. Wear your costume and learn about the science of Halloween with interactive experiments. A late-night snack, continental breakfast and free admission the next day to Highmark SportsWorks and the USS Requin are all included with your ticket. $39, http://www.carnegiesciencecenter.org/programs/science-sleepovers/

Saturday 10/29

2016 Pittsburgh Heart Walk


The 2016 walk, sponsored by the American Heart Association, starts at the North Shore. Make sure to get plenty of sleep the night before, as the walk starts promptly at 10 a.m. and registration begins at 8 a.m. Walkers are eligible for a t-shirt once they raise $100. $0-$1,000,000 (depending on how much one wishes to fundraise), http://heartwalk.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1148051

Carrie: The Musical


Catch the last show of the spine-tingling musical just in time for Halloween weekend. The musical is an adaptation from Stephen King’s novel of the same name. The Apple Hill Playhouse is performing it through today only! $20, http://www.applehillplayhouse.org/

Sunday 10/30

The Pittsburgh Concert Chorale’s Fifth Annual Festival of Choirs


The festival is celebrating its fifth year this year. Join choirs from Woodland Hills, CAPA and Moon for this day of music. The event takes place at Carnegie Music Hall and begins at 4 p.m. $5, http://www.pccsing.org/TicketFormChoralFestival_Paypal.html

Musselman’s Applesauce Family Skating Tribute


If you’re absolutely enamored with figure skating every Winter Olympics, you’ll want to get tickets to this event. Join famous skaters like Kristi Yamaguchi, Nancy Kerrigan, Scott Hamilton and more (along with their families!) at PPG Paints Arena. Best of all, you may catch yourself on TV later—the special will air on ABC during the holiday season! $25-$125, http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/160050D49EE42BDC

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